Projects

We are committed to breaking the period taboo and ensuring Black and Brown girls, women, and people who menstruate have healthy menstrual cycles and become agents of change in their communities. We do this work through wellness education, community conversations, resource connection, STEM youth programming, and mentorship.  

A social and technology innovation program for Black and Brown youth.

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We install free period product dispensers at local schools, shelters, and community organizations.

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We partner with communities to provide equitable and sustainable menstrual education  and period products in the U.S., Liberia, Gambia, Nigeria, Haiti, Kenya, and Sao Tome and Principe.

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A weekly youth program designed to empower youth to understand, embrace, and love their menstrual cycles.

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We provide postpartum education and support for birthing people. 

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G.U.R.L.S Nigeria

We partner with Freedom Revealed Image Consultants, LLC. to offer fun and engaging workshops for youth in Nigeria and the U.S.

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Every year, we host our signature Love Your Menses event in Boston, MA and Washington, D.C, to host intergenerational conversations about reproductive health.

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Sustainable and Empowerment Workshop (S.E.W) trains communities on how to design and sew their own reusable menstrual products

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SistaDocs

We facilitate monthly period conversations led by Black and Brown physicians and public health professions for adults discussing all things related to reproductive health, such as: fibroids, endometriosis, menopause, PCOS, vaginal care, period pain, skin care, endocrine disrupting chemicals in beauty products, and more.

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